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 Does the apostrophe denote ownership?

Answer An apostrophe can be used to show ownership, the omission of letters and several other grammatical forms, but the possessive sense (as in ownership) is its most common use. Style manuals differ on ... Read More »
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Why is condominium or cooperative ownership referred to as hybrid ownership?

Condos and Co-ops are different. In a condo, you own the inside of your unit and the condo association owns the land it sits on. In a co-op, you own one share of stock in a corporation that entitle... Read More »
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Is condominium parking space ownership without unit ownership possible?

No. Read your governing documents to discover parking space ownership options.
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What is the Advantage of condominium ownership versus cooperative ownership?

Depending on your situation, you may find the answer by reviewing the details in the link, below. It's the best comparison of the two that I've found.
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Why is the letter m used to denote a slope?

In mathematics, slope is the gauge of how tilted a line is on a graph, according to Algebra Help. The letter "m" is used in equations to note this as the slope to be found.Theories/SpeculationThe r... Read More »
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